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Asus Launches $149 MeMO Pad HD 7 Tablet

This new tablet improves on the Nexus 7 in some aspects and falls short in others.

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  1. Looks pretty good.
  2. No links? Where is it being sold?
  3. I guess that's why the shell shocker on a popular site is selling the old ones for $90
  4. Any GPS on this?
  5. Looks great. And if ASUS didn't repeatedly screw the pooch on various post-Honeycomb OTA updates for their TF101, I might be inclined to get one. But otherwise, I've lost some respect and excitement for ASUS' non-Nexus devices...
  6. https://www.asus.com/Tablets_Mobile/ASUS_MeMO_Pad_HD_7/#specifications


    It says:

    WLAN802.11 b/g/n which implies it isn't dual band.

    NFS? I think you might mean NFC.
  7. I'm tired of this oversaturation on the Android market. Slow CPU, slow operating system, what's the point?
  8. It's on Newegg Shell Shocker today for $89
  9. To clarify, like kawininjazx said, the one on NewEgg was/is the previous model (no "HD" in name or specs).
    It's not being sold yet: looks like August 9 in the US
    GameStop is only place I see with pre-orders so far (and they only list the White, Blue and Pink...)
    http://www.gamestop.com/browse?nav=16k-3-ASUS+MeMO+PAD+HD+7,28zu0

    What's a "Hall sensor"? 'Fall Sensor'?
    https://www.asus.com/Tablets_Mobile/ASUS_MeMO_Pad_HD_7/#specifications

    I'm definitely curious.
    Engadget has a little more on it.
  10. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hall_effect#Position_and_motion_sensing
    Position and motion sensing
    Hall effect devices used in motion sensing and motion limit switches can offer enhanced reliability in extreme environments. As there are no moving parts involved within the sensor or magnet, typical life expectancy is improved compared to traditional electromechanical switches.

    Otherwise I'm stumped.
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